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Acquiring a Marijuana Card in Nevada has NEVER been easier

Step one: Go to this website: https://mmportal.nv.gov/Account/Login; Click: “REGISTER AS A CARDHOLDER” Scan your driver’s license and attach the file. (If you do not have a scanner, please call 702-420-2405 to schedule an appointment to print your application at Oasis Medical Cannabis.) Fill in the remaining information and click Register. The paperwork you need to print and fill out will be generated as a PDF. Step two: Fill out the …Read More

How to Choose the Right Cannabis

Having access to medical marijuana is a privilege that has taken many decades to obtain. When today’s MMJ patients go to a dispensary, they have a variety of cannabis options to choose from. They are quickly becoming familiarized on “How to choose the best cannabis.” The smell, the look, and the lab results are all factors to consider when choosing the right cannabis. Now that there is such high quality …Read More

Can Marijuana Help Treat Heroin Addicts?

A recent study by researchers at Columbia University found that medical marijuana improves the treatment outcome of heroin addicts. Patients who were given dronabinol — a prescription drug that contains THC, the active ingredient in marijuana — had lower withdrawal symptoms compared than those given a placebo. In addition, patients who smoked marijuana regularly during the outpatient phase of treatment had fewer sleeping problems, less anxiety and were more likely …Read More

Research Indicates Cannabinoids Can Reduce Migraine Frequency

Proudly, one of our core values at Oasis Medical Cannabis is spreading knowledge by helping to improve the scientific understanding of how the various chemical compounds in cannabis react with the human body. We hope to assist researchers in truly unlocking the medical potential of cannabis by donating up to 5% of our profit to research at higher learning institutions in Nevada. It is exciting to share articles such as …Read More

Terpenes: The Future of Cannabis is Medicine

This article from Cannabis Now Magazine breaks down some of the medical properties of terpenes that have been identified in cannabis. http://cannabisnowmagazine.com/cannabis/medical/terpenes-the-future-of-cannabis-is-medicine-and-household-cleaning?utm_medium=email&sslid=MzGwNDUzMzY0MDECAA&sseid=MzayNDYyMTUxAwA&jobid=f01a14d6-4245-4e6c-a24f-0b0a09290ab1

Most Americans Support Legalizing Marijuana

With the Nevada Marijuana Legalization Initiative (referred to as the Initiative to Regulate and Tax Marijuana) securely on the November 8, 2016 ballot in Nevada, patients and community members have been known to inquire about our thoughts on recreational usage of marijuana becoming legal.  Each of us here have our own varying opinions on the matter, but one thing is consistent, we, at Oasis Medical Cannabis are here for medicinal marijuana patients and that will remain consistent, …Read More

Legal marijuana is doing what the drug war could not

An interesting article from the Washington Post about a decades-long drug war that couldn’t do what Legal Marijuana may be doing…taking a bite out of Mexican drug cartels’ profits. “The latest data from the U.S. Border Patrol shows that last year, marijuana seizures along the southwest border tumbled to their lowest level in at least a decade. Agents snagged roughly 1.5 million pounds of marijuana at the border, down from a peak of nearly …Read More

Las Vegas Dispensary

Oasis Medical Cannabis: Focused on its Patients’ Experience Oasis Medical Cannabis is a unique Las Vegas Dispensary that is setting the industry standard in Southern Nevada. Its mission is to provide the premier cannabis experience to locals and visitors to Las Vegas so they are constantly focusing on improving the patient experience. When the first legal medical marijuana dispensaries in Las Vegas opened their doors in 2015, patients were shocked to find …Read More

Scientists Say Cannabis Can Help Heal Brain Cells Damaged by Alcohol

A recently published study in the journal Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience, and online by the National Institute of Health says to have found that cannabis can protect the human brain from damage caused by alcohol. According to the study, “Chronic alcohol exposure reduces endocannabinoid activity and disrupts adult neurogenesis in rodents, which results in structural and functional alterations.” Read the full article here:  http://www.marijuanatimes.org/scientists-cannabis-can-help-heal-brain-cells-damaged-by-alcohol/?utm_medium=email&sslid=MzYyMTQyNzWxNDEFAA&sseid=Mza2MDQ2tDQ3AAA&jobid=e336fbc4-8570-4bf7-be70-02259ade6495